Incredible point and view with @djokernole dictating
Looking forward to seeing Novak back on court in 2018
Repost from @lovetennisuk. Not sure if it’s their video so if you know the owner let us know and we will credit #tennis#djokovic
Sometimes a Hot Shot is so good that you have to celebrate with a fist bump Send @bjornfrat some for this incredible winner during his 4-6, 7-5, 7-6 QF victory over Peliwo at the $75K #USTAProCircuit event in Champaign!
Repost from @usta#tennis
Check out this great active rotator stretch by the awesome guys at @moveu_official
These “active” rotator cuff stretches are a great way to get you ready for any upper body exercise/movement. With both of these stretches, I am not just simply relaxing ♀️and pulling my arm into it’s end range… I am doing repetitions of resisting the stick, then relaxing, then resisting, then relaxing. Alternating between “contracting” and “relaxing” in the joint’s end-range is an extremely good way to warm up any muscle in the body. Both of these stretches can be done for 1-2 minutes per side.
The first stretch in this video loosens up the back of the shoulder (the infraspinatus and teres minor rotator cuff muscles). These muscles are usually pretty damn weak on people and stretching them isn’t always the best way to go about relieving pain in this area… combine it with the video we posted last Friday with the rotator cuff strengthening exercises.
The second stretch in the video is for the subscapularis muscle deep in the armpit on the underside of your shoulder blade. This muscle is significantly stronger than the infra/teres because it gets assistance from the big pec muscles! Many of you have rounded shoulders ♂️and forward posture. This stretch is going to be significantly more beneficial for you than the previous stretch!
-Written by Andrew Dettelbach